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Nell Bryden has the heart of an artist, the mind of a storyteller and the restless soul of a troubadour. These traits are in the genes of the native New Yorker – her parents are a painter and opera singer. But the self-belief and tireless work ethic that have seen her travel 300,000 miles to play 1,400 shows over the past seven years are all her own.
Along the way Nell Bryden has picked up numerous fans, a few good friends, and a lifetime of tales to tell.
Her album 'Shake The Tree' is the latest chapter on that journey.
Born from personal experience, and sung with the heartfelt passion that’s her trademark, its 11 new songs signal a new turn in a career that’s been the result of talent, hard work and more than a little good fortune.
In the past she has recorded in Nashville, New Orleans and New York. This time she’s written and recorded her album in and around London: her adopted second home. “A lot of the songs are about starting over, about rebirth and rebuilding,” says Nell. “And finding my way home… wherever that is.”
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